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FEE appoints deputy chief executive

The Federation of European Accountants (FEE) has appointed Hilde Blomme as deputy chief executive.

Blomme has been the FEE’s director of practice regulation since September 2003. In her new role she will closely work with FEE chief executive Olivier Boutellis-Taft, who said Blomme’s expertise and broad outlook “will be instrumental in these defining times of challenges and opportunities.”

FEE president Philip Johnson said Blomme’s experience gained while practising as a qualified accountant in Belgium, US and UK, together with her in-depth knowledge of the European environment, is invaluable to the FEE.

“Her new role will draw on this experience but also enable her to develop broader and deeper relationships outside the profession,” Johnson said.

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